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I have major difficulty with reading books on a computer screen.
What keeps you from printing 4 pages/A4?
And going out of my way to get A4 paper.
And going out of my way to get A4 paper.Eh? You don't have A4 paper in your printer? As for binding, it's not hard, heck, you can even use a needle and thread.
In the US we use letter size, which is a little shorter than A4.
Letter size is 8Ã‚Â½ ÃƒÂ— 11 inches, or exactly 215.9 ÃƒÂ— 279.4 mm (while the A4 standard is 210mm ÃƒÂ— 297mm). - Wikipedia Letter (paper size)
A library card.
You know, something funny happened the other day. I was sitting around with my parents and I was like "I wish they had something like netflix for books. You can borrow as many as you like, then return them after you are done. That would be great...oh wait." The irony dawned on me. Duh. I have a NY Public Library card and everything.
Oh god, it's happening.
Also, small local libraries have such a small (and often outdated) collection that it almost isn't worth it (unless you need a free internet connection or you have a little kid).